A guide on converting a DVD to a XviD/DivX in 5 simple steps with AutoGK - designed for beginners
Ease of use:
Feb 16, 2006
Jul 10, 2005
Page 1: Introduction <--
Page 2: AutoGK Setup
Page 3: AutoGK Advanced Setup
Page 4: AutoGK Encoding
Main Categories: AVI (DivX, Xvid ...), DVD/SVCD/VCD (MPEG-1/2), DVD Conversion
AVI To Other Format Conversion -> AVI to DivX/XviD Conversion
DVD Conversion -> DVD To AVI (DivX, XviD ...) Conversion
Video Encoding -> MPEG-4 (DivX, XviD, WMV, QuickTime, AVC, H.264 ...) Encoding
AutoGK (Auto Gordian Knot) is a new tool aimed at beginners to DVD conversion. It uses a simple 3 step method to encode videos, and shares some of the same ideas as Gordian Knot, one of the more advanced tools for DVD conversion.
The goal of AutoGK is to provide a simple, 3 or 4 click method to convert a DVD to a DivX/XviD file.
6-8 GB of free hard-disk space.
Software Downloads :
Summary of procedures :
Step 1: Input and Output Directories - Setting up input and output directories;
Step 2: Select Audio Track and Subtitle Track - Setting up audio and subtitles tracks;
Step 3: Select Output Size - Setting the required output size of the encoded video;
Optional : Step 4: Advanced Setup - Advanced Settings for AutoGK;
Step 5: Start Encoding
AutoGK only accepts unprotected/unencrypted DVD files, either on the disc or (preferably, due to speed and efficiency) on your hard-drive.